Not far from here and there, but this time taken with my Mamiya. You really should see this picture at full resolution: even the inscription of the traffic signs at the end of the street is readable. This makes me quite happy. :-)
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very well composed ~ i love this photograph ~ the colors and the quite different buildings living together in close harmony ~ Great !!
23 Dec 2010 7:28am
@philip earl: Many thanks, Philip! Much appreciated!
Such beautifully proud detail in those buildings . . a sense of pride of craftsmanship.
23 Dec 2010 9:00am
@Ronnie 2¢: These are not the most elegant residences I know, but they make a great ensemble. I like walking through these streets a lot.
happy holidays :)
23 Dec 2010 1:52pm
@B.Held: Happy holidays to you too, B.! Many thanks!
Your photos have such a good detail, even at the scale of am3, that it's not hard to believe what you say about the Mamiya.
23 Dec 2010 4:15pm
@António Pires: It's a real fun toy! :-)
You know if feels like "Somebody's Watching Me."
I am always amazed at how clean the streets are.
23 Dec 2010 7:00pm
@Christine Walsh: "Somebody's watching me"?? You should visit our villages! ;-)
Clean streets, well... one of the most clean big cities I know is Prague; Düsseldorf is so-so, I think.
This street looks like an architectural showcase, every building is different from its neighbour...I also like the horsepower aligned as if on a show....A very crafty perspective that honours your skills!
26 Dec 2010 5:35am
@Japanalia: Many thanks! One of the more 'expensive' streets of Oberkassel.
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